Call of Cthulhu creative director Mike Mason shares advice on the many things to consider when trying to find and develop your own personal Call of Cthulhu Keeper Style. He's being interviewed by James Coquillat as part of our Chaosium Interviews series.
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In this interview with Lynne Hardy, Line Editor for Rivers of London and Associate Editor for our Call of Cthulhu line, Lynne shares tips about how to best use travel in your TTRPG adventures, using examples from her recent work, the Call of Cthulhu epic campaign The Children of Fear.
“Storm on the horizon!” What’s the best way to use weather in a TTRPG? Line Editor for Rivers of London and Associate Editor for Call of CthulhuLynne Hardy talks about how GMs and Players alike can make the most out of interesting weather in their sessions.
Pendragon line editor David Larkins discusses talks about playing heroes in TTRPGs. He explains many subtleties including exclusively virtuous characters, conflicted heroes, and the different things it can mean to be a "hero".
David is talking with James Coquillat as part of our Chaosium Interviews series.
Did you see the news about the Rivers of London screen adaptation? Now’s the perfect time to make sure you’re ready to jump into the upcoming TTRPG, based on Ben Aaronovitch's series of novels, as soon as it’s released. Check out this chat with the Rivers of London TTRPG line editor, Lynne Hardy. She is talking with Chaosium's James Coquillat for our Chaosium Interviews series.
In this Chaosium interview, 7th Sea creator John Wick talks about why boats make the best player bases, and can be exciting elements that add drama and character to your campaigns. He's talking to James Coquillat.
What is game balance, and how important is it in tabletop roleplaying games? What if one player is more powerful than another? Are balanced games easier for new players? Chaosium's Jeff Richard shares his insight on the surprisingly nuanced world of balancing TTRPGs, and how his perspective is reflected in Chaosium games.
In this interview, Lynne Hardy, who is the Line Editor for the Rivers of London TTRPG and Associate Editor for Call of Cthulhu, shares a glimpse of her day to day life with us. What does work look like for a professional TTRPG writer? Find out here!
In this latest Chaosium Interview, David Larkins, line editor of the Pendragon TTRPG, talks about how in the new edition, players are supported in creating and playing a diverse range of character types. He's talking to James Coquillat.
Call of Cthulhu creative director Mike Mason talks about TTRPG starting levels. When should you start weak? When should you start powerful? How does experimenting help your games? Part of our Chaosium Interviews series with James Coquillat.